As the president concluded his two-day working tour of the counties of Homa Bay, Kisumu and Siaya, more revelations that had been kept under warps are now coming to light as close confidants of the president seek to unite the entire country in one single fold under the president.
Amani National Congress party Nairobi Chapter Chairman Brian Mulama, who is also the Nairobi County Executive Committee Member Talent, Skills, Development and Care was speaking while making an appearance on Radio Jambo’s political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which was hosted by the station’s presenter Bramwell Mwololo. Alongside him in the studio were self-confessed Hustler Movement spokesperson Gerald Bitok and Kenya African National Union (KANU) Political Affairs Director Fred Okang’o. Lawyer and activist Brian Weke was also in on the action.
Mulama confessed that prior to William Ruto’s actions since he entered State House, he himself was not completely certain of Ruto’s magnanimity incase he became president. He admitted that he was silently fearful of a vengeful president that might have sought to exclude or marginalise communities perceived to have been hostile to him.
He nevertheless expressed relief that Ruto had proven to be an all-inclusive leader working for all sections of the country, regardless of how they voted.
As Mulama spoke, miles away, Siaya Governor James Orengo asked President William Ruto to work with Azimio leader Raila Odinga.
Orengo was speaking in Asembo during the homecoming ceremony of ICT CS Eliud Owalo.
“Mr President, I ask you, not in the spirit of the handshake, but in the spirit of togetherness. I urge you to sit together on the table of brotherhood with your brother Raila Amolo Odinga.”
The governor said that the elections are over and the country needs to be united moving forward.
He reminded the President of their time in the Opposition when he (Ruto) was relentless in defending Raila, alias Agwambo.
Orengo informed Ruto that Raila had spoken to him and welcomed him to his home county, Siaya.
He pointed out that the leaders in both the Opposition and the government had, at some point, worked together.
Orengo reiterated that the move, if taken, will ensure that the nation is not divided.
“For the good of Kenyans, I urge you that we should come together on the table of brotherhood to move together as a nation, so that we don’t divide people.”
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